A family-run business which started in the early 1970s, Lily’s serves some of the finest Indian food in the city and it’s all vegetarian or vegan. Despite the high quality of the dishes and the numerous awards the venue has won over the years, the family has kept prices at a very reasonable level, making the journey out to Ashton to sample their delights well worth it.
Despite Manchester’s growing reputation as one of the UK’s best cities for fine dining – and its first Michelin star at Mana – sometimes you just want to stuff your face without blowing a load of money on it.
Well, Manchester’s got you covered either way, with as many cheap and cheerful places to eat as there are super-stylish restaurants. From breakfast to brunch, right through to late-night restaurants and the finest curry houses in the land, our pick of the best cheap eats in Manchester will certainly sort you out, and leave you with enough change to leave a more than generous tip.
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